Tag: Claire Legrand

Book Nerd Pre-Orders

Book Nerd Pre-Orders

I’m a pre-order fanatic, especially for authors I know that I love and books I may have already read but need to have as a finished copy on my shelf and this is why I have no shelf space, but I don’t even care. There is something so nice about ordering a book months and months in advance and then have that gorgeous, shiny new item waiting for you in the mail just looking for a new place of honor. Currently I have 10 (11 if you count the eBook of House of Earth and Blood) on pre-order. Out of […]

Posted February 27, 2020 by Andi / 0 Comments
Review: Kingsbane – Claire Legrand

Review: Kingsbane – Clai..

Finding a way to review Kingsbane is basically impossible. First and foremost this book almost killed me. Not because it is almost 600 pages (those big books can be dangerous!!!) but because it took all my emotions and threw them in a blender and then tried to make me choke on them. I know, I know, it sounds dramatic, but trust me, it’s not. I was terrified to finish Kingsbane. So much so that it took me a solid month to read it. I was scared where Claire would leave off and when all is said and done, I was […]

Posted May 20, 2019 by Andi / 0 Comments
Review: Furyborn – Claire Legrand

Review: Furyborn – Clair..

When I heard about Furyborn I was interested but I wasn’t sure I wanted to start another fantasy trilogy. It appeared to have all the elements I want in a fantasy read, but I’m in the middle of so many series it gave me pause. Then people started talking about it and really amping it up. And then I got my hands on a copy and I was done for. Furyborn was everything I needed and more. Furyborn is the story of Rielle and Eliana, two women on a path in two different worlds. For years Rielle has hidden who […]

Posted February 5, 2019 by Andi / 0 Comments
Spotlight Tour: Excerpt of Furyborn – Claire Legrand {giveaway}

Spotlight Tour: Excerpt of Fur..

Praise for Furyborn “A page-turner. Readers will find the complex and flawed characters immensely relatable. The two narratives are deftly interwoven, and plot twists will keep teens on the edge of their seats.” —School Library Journal, popular pick “A dark yet rousing adventure story that combines passion and danger at every turn.” —Booklist “High stakes, epic scope, intense action, and sweeping mythologies.”—Kirkus  “Strikingly vivid prose… the nearly five hundred pages race by in stunning fashion. This is a must-have for fans of Marchetta’s Lumatere Chronicles (Finnikin of the Rock, or Cashore’s Graceling.”—Bulletin of the Center for Children’s Books, STARRED Review […]

Posted May 25, 2018 by Andi / 0 Comments